The Emperor Hadrian : A Picture of the Graeco-Roman World in His Time

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The Emperor Hadrian : A Picture of the Graeco-Roman World in His Time

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 414 p.
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Table of Contents

First Book Political History
Chapter I 1 (5)
An Ancient Portrait of Hadrian.
Chapter II 6 (5)
Circumstances in the Life of Hadrian until
the Accession of Trajan.
Chapter III 11 (5)
Circumstances in the Life of Hadrian during
the Reign of Trajan.
Chapter IV 16 (7)
Hadrian accompanies the Emperor in the
Parthian War.
Rising of the Jews.
Lusius Quietus.
Death of Trajan and Adoption of Hadrian.
Chapter V 23 (7)
Hadrian gives up the lately acquired
Provinces of Trajan.
The State of Judaea.
Fall of Lusius Quietus.
Chapter VI 30 (7)
Return of Hadrian to Rome by way of
Illyricum.
War with the Roxolani.
Arrangement of Affairs in Pannonia and
Dacia.
Conspiracy and Execution of the Four
Consulars.
Arrival of Hadrian in Rome in August 118
A.D.
Chapter VII 37 (8)
Hadrian's First Acts in Rome.
The Great Remission of Debt The Third
Consulate of the Emperor.
Fall of Attianus.
Marcius Turbo becomes Prefect Death of
Matidia Augusta.
The Palilia of the year 121 A.D.
Chapter VIII 45 (8)
General Remarks on Hadrian's Journeys.
Coins which commemorate them.
Chapter IX 53 (7)
Hadrian's journeys into Gaul and Germany as
far as the Danubian Provinces.
The Condition of these Countries.
Chapter X 60 (7)
Hadrian in Britain.
He goes through Gaul to Spain and Maure
tania.
Chapter XI 67 (10)
Hadrian's First Journey to the East.
The Countries on the Pontus.
Ilium.
Pergrunum.
Cyzicus.
Rhodes.
Chapter XII 77 (10)
Hadrian's Residence in Athens and in other
cities of Greece.
Return of the Emperor to Rome by way of
Sicily.
Chapter XIII 87 (6)
Hadrian in Rome.
The Title Pater Patriae.
The Emperor goes to Africa.
Condition of this Province.
Carthage.
Lambaesis.
Chapter XIV 93 (11)
Second Journey to the East.
Hadrian in Athens and Eleusis.
Journey to Asia.
Ephesus.
Smyrna.
Sardis.
Chapter XV 104(7)
Hadrian in Syria.
Antioch.
Phoenicia.
Heliopolis.
Damascus.
Palmyra.
Chapter XVI 111(9)
Hadrian in Judaea.
Condition of Jerusalem.
Foundation of the Colony Aelia Capitolina.
Hadrian in Arabia.
Bostra.
Petra.
The Country of Peraea.
Gaza.
Pelusium.
Chapter XVII 120(8)
Hadrian in Egypt.
Condition of the Country.
Alexandria.
Letter of Hadrian to Servianus.
Influence of Egypt and Alexandria on the
West
Chapter XVIII 128(10)
Hadrian's Journey on the Nile.
Heliopolis.
Death of Antinous.
Thebes.
The Colossus of Memnon.
Coptus.
Myus Hormuz.
Mona Claudianus.
Return to Alexandria.
Chapter XIX 138(5)
Hadrian returns from Egypt to Syria.
He revisits Athens.
Dedication of the Olympieum.
Hadrian's divine Honours.
Chapter XX 143(7)
The Rising of the Jews under Barcocheba.
Chapter XXI 150(9)
The Jewish War.
Julius Severus assumes the Command of the
Roman Army.
The Fall of Bether.
The Destruction of Judaea.
Chapter XXII 159(6)
The Colony Aelia Capitolina.
Chapter XXIII 165(8)
The War with the Alani.
Arrian's Periplus of the Black Sea.
Chapter XXIV 173(8)
Hadrian's Last Years in Rome.
Death of Sabina Augusta.
Adoption and Death of AeLius Verus.
chapter XXV 181(10)
Adoption Of Antoninus.
Death Of The Emperor Hadrian.
Second Book The State And General Culture
Chapter I 191(4)
The Roman Empire.
Chapter II 195(11)
The Provinces of the Empire, their
Government and their Relation to the
Central Power.
The Peaceful Development of their
Civilization.
Slavery.
Chapter III 206(5)
Cities.
Municipia.
Colonies.
Chapter IV 211(5)
Italy and Rome.
Chapter V 216(10)
The Equestrian Order.
The Senate and the Princeps.
The Imperial Cabinet.
Chapter VI 226(8)
Roman Law.
The Edictum Perfpetuum.
The RespoNsa.
Roman Jurists.
The Resolutions of the Senate and the
Imperial Constitutions.
The Reforming Spirit of Hadrian's
Legislation.
Chapter VII 234(9)
Science and the Learned Professions.
Latin and Greek Literature.
The Schools.
Athens.
Smyrna.
Alexandria.
Rome.
Chapter VIII 243(7)
Plutarch.
Arrian.
The Tactica.
Philo of Byblus.
Appian.
Phlegon.
Hadrian's Memoirs.
Chapter IX 250(3)
Florus.
SuEtonius.
Geography.
Philology.
Chapter X 253(7)
The Schools of Roman Oratory.
Roman Orators.
Cornelius Fronto.
Chapter XI 260(13)
Greek Sophistry.
Favorinus.
Dionysius of Miletus.
Polemon.
Herodes Atticus and other Sophists.
Chapter XII 273(9)
Polite Literature.
Hadrian as a Poet.
Floras.
Latin Poets.
Greek Poets.
Pancrates.
Mesomedes.
The Musician Dionysius of Halicarnassus.
Greek Epigrams of Hadrian.
Phlegon
Artemidorus and His Dream Books.
The Romance of the Golden Ass.
Chapter XIII 282(8)
Philosophy.
The Stoa.
Epictetus and the Enchiridion.
Stoicism and Cynicism.
Demonax of Athens.
Chapter XIV 290(4)
Peregrinus Proteus.
Chapter XV 294(7)
Alexander of Abonotichus.
Chapter XVI 301(12)
Oracles.
Plutarch their Apologist.
Hadrian's Mysticism.
The Deification of Antinous.
Chapter XVII 313(9)
Attempts to Restore Paganism.
Plutarch and Lucian.
Chapter XVIII 322(10)
The Spread of Christianity.
The Christian Religion a Religio Illicita.
Hadrian's Toleration of the Christians.
Rescript of Hadrian to the Proconsul
Fundanus.
The Christian Apologists.
Chapter XIX 332(7)
Art among the Romans.
Hadrian's Relation to Art.
Activity of Art in the Empire.
Greek Artists in Rome.
Character of the Art of Hadrian's Age.
Chapter XX 339(7)
The Progress and Production of Art.
Furniture.
Gems.
Medals.
Precious Stones.
Paintings.
Portraits in Marble.
Historical Relievo.
Chapter XXI 346(8)
Ideal Sculpture.
Its Cosmopolitan Character.
Imitation of Ancient Masterpieces.
Review of the Works of Art found in
Hadrian's Villa.
The Statues of Antinous.
Chapter XXII 354(6)
Architecture.
Munificent Civic Spirit of the Cities.
Hadrian's Love of Building.
Antinoe.
Roads to Berenice.
Other Buildings in Egypt.
The Temple at Cyzicus.
Chapter XXIII 360(6)
Buildings of Hadrian in Athens and in other
Cities of Greece.
Buildings of Herodes Atticus.
Chapter XXIV 366(7)
Hadrian's Buildings in Italy.
His Villa at Tivoli.
Chapter XXV 373(9)
The City of Rome in Hadrian's Time.
Buildings of the Emperor in Rome.
Completion of the Forum of Trajan.
The Temple of Venus and Rome.
Hadrian's Tomb.
Bibliography 382(21)
Index 403